This report (1) summarizes the deliberations of two expert seminars conducted by SCIE, the King’s Fund and The Ethox Centre at the University of Oxford, and (2) examines environmental, climate change, and social care ethical literature to frame the ethical challenges of health and social care decision-making, including resource allocation and treatments.
Link (free account registration required): SCIE Report 51: The ethics of sustainable health and social care: Towards a framework for decision-making
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